Today: Jul 09 , 2020

Arizona has the Highest Percent-Change Cut in Education Funding From 2008 to 2014, More Than Any Other State

Statement from Superintendent Diane Douglas on School Bathroom Policy Injunction

“We’ve Got a Teacher Crisis on Our Hands for Sure."
A Coalition of Business, Education and Nonprofit Leaders Said They Want to Increase College or Trade School Graduation to 60 Percent of Arizonans by 2030

Richard Heath named executive director of NAU campus in Prescott Valley

Humanities Majors Fare as Well as Tech Majors in Getting Jobs

Candidates Talk Education

At an invitation-only event, Arizona Legislature candidates discussed educational topics.

One-Third to Half of Those Killed by Police are Disabled, a Recent Report says. “Our Problem Isn’t with Police,” One Mental Health Advocate Says, but Both Sides Say Officers Need More Training
Senate President Biggs on the State Board of Education, Department of Education agreement to end litigation
Will a Universal Vaccine Prevent Cancer?
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